Salisbury Cathedral


This artwork is part of the On Hols with “N & G” series. Hand-rendered monoprint.

Original Sold. Original (roughly 400mm x 570mm).
Available in a limited edition print.
Limited edition prints features:
Available in various sizes.
Printed onto fine art paper, these Giclee prints are high quality, using archival inks. Giclee prints are widely recognised and accepted by art buyers, galleries and museums because of their quality and longevity. Please contact to discuss any specific requirements.

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“On Hols with N & G”…

Whilst exploring a personal connection with spirit guides, angels and “N & G”, strange and wonderful experiences have occurred…

This image and it’s story can also be found in the “Souls Journey” booklet listed in the online Gallery/shop. The story is based on when we accidentally became locked inside the Salisbury Cathedral grounds.

Salisbury Cathedral

Tick tock, tick tock…what is the time? Is it time…time to get locked in…locked into time? Where am I? Inside the Cathedral or inside time in Salisbury Cathedral…or is it inside the inner or outer space… definitely not in outer-space. Is it inside or outside…or inside out…when is it…what is the time?

What is  a Monoprint?

Monoprint uses the word mono because every print is unique. There are many ways to create monoprints, but I use the following technique for most of mine: These pieces of original artwork are created by applying coloured oil-based etching inks onto three plastic sheets, each with one primary colour. The image is worked directly into the ink and not the plastic sheet, by wiping & dabbing the ink. Each colour is then overprinted onto paper, using a press that is similar to a mangle, therefore an original one-off piece of artwork is created. The monoprinting process that I use is a lengthy process & at the end of the process, I risk all to push the print to the next level.


Original, A4, A3, A2, A1


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